DICE Events

We host several events and workshops to facilitate collaboration and provide education.

Past Events

Digital Engineering Conference

April 25-26, 2023, Idaho Falls, ID

Idaho National Laboratory will be hosting the first in-person, cross-national laboratory Digital Engineering conference.

Digital Engineering embodies a deliberate transformational approach to the way systems are conceptualized, designed, constructed, operated, maintained and retired.

The event will feature guest speakers from across the digital industry and provide an opportunity to foster collaborations that will enhance our nation’s digital future with discussions on:

  • Digital Twins
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Thread and Computing
  • Instrumentation, Control, and Cyber Resilience
  • Decision Science and Visualization
  • Model-Based Definition (CAD)

Mark your calendars! Click below for more information about INL’s Digital Innovation Center of Excellence Digital Engineering Conference.

*In-person registration has sold out. Click “More information” below for a link to our virtual registration.

Digital Engineering Conference

October 5th, 2022
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET.

The inaugural national laboratory-led Digital Engineering conference, led by Idaho National Laboratory, will be hosting a two-hour virtual session in October 2022. This will be followed by a more in-depth in-person event in April 2023.

The upcoming virtual event, Digital Engineering: Aligning Federal Government Needs with National Laboratory Capabilities, will be hosted by Idaho National Laboratory’s Digital Innovation Center Of Excellence (DICE).

It will connect federal program offices interested in pursuing digital engineering solutions with national laboratory staff responsible for developing these solutions. Anticipated federal government representatives include offices from across the Department of Energy and Department of Defense.

Enabling Technologies for Digital Twin Applications for Advanced Reactors and Plant Modernization

September 14-16, 2021

This workshop will provide a forum for the nuclear industry and digital twin stakeholders to discuss the application of digital twins and digital twin enabling technologies such as advanced sensors and instrumentation, data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence in the current LWR fleet and advanced reactor designs. The workshop will also include an overview of the next steps toward regulatory realization of digital twins in the nuclear industry.

Next-Gen AI for Proliferation Detection: Domain Aware Methods

February 23-24, 2021

This workshop will focus on the use of domain-aware methods to develop AI systems that enhance U.S. nuclear proliferation detection and address the unique challenges of this mission.

Digital Twin Applications for Advanced Nuclear Technologies

December 1-4, 2020

This workshop will provide a forum for the nuclear industry and digital twin stakeholders to discuss the state of knowledge, and research activities related to digital twin and their application in the nuclear industry. The purpose of the workshop is to assess the current understanding of digital twins and identify their potential benefits, opportunities, and challenges for nuclear reactors.

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